As if the upcoming Disney+ streaming service didn't already have a huge draw, it just converted any skeptics with an extremely affordable bundle. 

With exclusive content from the Disney empire such as Marvel series and movies, classic animated movies, and live-action remakes such as Lady and the Tramp included with the service, it's already an enticing offer. But now Disney has revealed that Hulu and ESPN+ are being offered as a bundle for less than a premiere monthly subscription of its top competitor, Netflix. 

For $12.99 a month, customers can watch ESPN+, Hulu (with ads), and all of the Disney+ content, and many are supportive after hearing this deal. Or, subscribe to Disney+ alone for $7 a month. 

Let the streaming wars commence. 

Disney has all of the streaming power now that it has revealed this insanely affordable bundle. 

"This is what streaming domination and world domination looks like. Disney just took over the world for $12.99 a month," someone wrote on Twitter. The deal includes Hulu and ESPN+ as well as the Disney service. 

Many have expressed interest with the announcement of the deal. 

"Good lord. Disney will offer a bundle with Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu (with ads) for only $12.99 a month, when D+ launches in November. That's a pretty crazy deal that comes in cheaper than most SINGLE streaming services....," one person wrote on Twitter. 

It's true: Netflix's premiere subscription costs up to $16 per month, and Hulu with live TV and sports broadcasting costs $45 per month. HBO's online streaming service, HBO Now, costs $16 a month by itself too. 

If the price weren't enough to nab customers, the new and exclusive franchise reboots might. 

Some people aren't so excited about reboots of Home Alone or Diary of a Wimpy Kid, but with the popularity of the remakes and live-action reboots, there are sure to be plenty more offered on the streaming platform.

"Disney plans on reimagining Fox franchises such as Home Alone, Cheaper by the Dozen, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, and Night at the Museum for the Disney+ streaming service," wrote a Twitter account dedicated to Disney+ updates. 

One of the most exciting reasons to subscribe to yet another service is all of the fresh Marvel content on the way. 

Releasing right away with the launch of the platform are movies like Captain Marvel, and some new television series based on Avengers characters will also debut starting in 2020, including WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki. Avengers: Endgame is set to release exclusively on the platform about a month after its release on November 12. 

Some people are disappointed by the thought of subscribing to yet another streaming service but can't deny that Disney+ is already enticing. 

Someone on Twitter asked, "New Star Wars and Marvel shows! Disney classics! An...exclusive Lady and the Tramp live action remake? What does everything think of #DisneyPlus now we know more about it?" They then continued in the thread, "Personally I'm not entirely on board for another subscription service, but I can't deny it's a pretty good offering so far."

Even more information and possible content will be announced at Disney's expo later in August. 

Attendees of the 2019 D23 conference can experience the first sneak peek at the streaming service at the convention. The slate of new Disney+ films and series will be announced at a panel on August 23. Plus a panel with insider information about the upcoming High School Musical reboot TV series is planned for the convention. 

With new streaming services announced regularly, it looks like Disney may have already come out on top. 

Unsurprisingly, Disney has seemingly already won the streaming wars with the announcement of the $12.99 per month bundle. 

"Disney is winning the Streaming Wars before it’s even started LOL," one person shared on Twitter. 

As if Disney didn't already have one of the strongest holds in the entertainment industry, the company has just made another savvy business move.